I feel your frustration. You could try packing food. If you have a fridge at work, you could keep cold stuff in it, and then transfer to a cooler to take to the game. You can get gel packs that keep cold, instead of using ice that melts and gets everywhere.
Low fat crackers or bread could be paired with a little peanut butter or cheese or low fat ham or turkey.
Even if you don't have that, you could pack apples, oranges, bananas, etc. Fresh fruit is very portable.
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Hi I'm a working softball mom of three (15 yr son, 13 yr daughter, & 4 yr son). After a long day at work(5pm) you would think that my day is over, WRONG I'm only 1/2 way through. I usually have to rush to pick up my 4 yr old (20 minutes away)and make sure that I get to one of 2 ballfields by 6, not to get home until 10:30 or 11 at night. I am so sick of fast food and snack shack food I don't know what to do. Any ideas?
Life's to short to sit in the stands.....play the game!
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